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guests tell us what they thifg will move the markets tomorrow morning. joining me, michael james, jordan kimmel from benjamin securities and kimberly foss of impirian wealth management. michael, kick it off with you. 30 seconds on the clock. what do you look at in terms of moving our money tomorrow? >> thank you, maria. i'm going to pay close attention to texas instruments. i agree with the guest earlier. patrick wang. the number were in line for the quarter. guidance for q 4 was worse than i was looking for. i agree the sentiment is excellent for the stock here. for trade and investors. they've done a good job of lowering the bar. tomorrow morning, coach reports earnings along with harley davidson. those are going to be two excellent reads on consumer discretionary stance going into the numbers. i like it. >> we'll leave it there. jordan, you're up. 30 seconds on the clock. >> thanks. clearly i think the biggest news tonight or tomorrow morning could be the effect of the debate tonight because it's so close. a lot of people are sitting around just waiting, waiting for the election, unfo
the debates. >> of course. and then the auto numbers we'll be looking at, as well. jordan, over to you with 30 seconds on the clock. >> well, the markets are still held hostage every day by what's going on in europe and debt talks. also what's going on in the middle east. but i think ultimately when you get to work here, there's a ton of money sitting in the cash and corporations. i'm looking for some m & a news and see what sectors start to move on. i think specifically, technology, health care, energy. you want to see whether or not gold stays below 1800. you also want to see that apple's getting a little heavy. can the nasdaq hang in there with apple looking a little heavy. got to focus on the cash flow, not the headlines. >> all right. we'll leave it there. 30 seconds. let me ask you, we've got a little extra time here. let me ask y'all, is a bad omen that the market lost so much of its momentum from the highs? so, at the best, the dow was up 161 points, obviously, certainly nowhere near that high with the gain of 70 points. do you think that indicates we will see selling at the opening to
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